Rossi, Graziano and Montagnani, Chiara and Abeli, Thomas and Gargano, Domenico and Peruzzi, Lorenzo and Fenu, Giuseppe and Magrini, Sara and Gennai, Matilde and Foggi, Bruno and Wagensommer, Robert P. and Ravera, Sonia and Cogoni, Annalena and Aleffi, Michele and Alessandrini, Alessandro and Bacchetta, Gianluigi and Bagella, Simonetta and Bartolucci, Fabrizio and Bedini, Gianni and Bernardo, Liliana and Bovio, Maurizio and Castello, Miris and Conti, Fabio and Domina, Gianniantonio and Farris, Emmanuele and Gentili, Rodolfo and Gigante, Daniela and Peccenini, Simonetta and Persiani, Anna Maria and Poggio, Laura and Prosser, Filippo and Santangelo, Annalisa and Selvaggi, Alberto and Villani, Maria Cristina and Wilhalm, Thomas and Zappa, Elena and Zotti, Mirca and Tartaglini, N. and Ardenghi, Nicola M. G. and Blasi, Carlo and Raimondo, Francesco Maria and Venturella, Giuseppe and Cogoni, D. and Puglisi, Marta Maria Grazia and Campisi, Patrizia and Miserere, Luca and Perrino, Enrico Vito and Strumia, Sandro and Iberite, Mauro and Lucchese, Fernando and Fabrini, Giuseppe and Orsenigo, Simone (2014) Are Red Lists really useful for plant conservation? The New Red List of the Italian Flora in the perspective of national conservation policies. Plant Biosystems, Vol. 148 (2), p. 187-190. ISSN 1126-3504. eISSN 1724-5575. Article.
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“The New Red List of the Italian flora” includes all the Italian policy species and other species of known conservation concerns for a total of 400 taxa, 65% of which are threatened with extinction. The Red List is based on a huge georeferenced data-set useful for conservation purposes.
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